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Freaks of the Week

Posted on | March 21, 2014 | 12 Comments

Now that Belle Knox has convinced everybody that porn is “empowerment,” we can dismiss all those old-fashioned ideas about right and wrong as just a “societal construct” by which the patriarchy enforces “ascribed gender roles.” Nevertheless, some people still manage to take their “sexual autonomy” just a wee bit too far:

  • Cindy Mauro, 34, and Alini Brito, 31, “were fired from a New York City high school in 2009,” after they were caught in flagrante delicto in a classroom. Both teachers were reportedly topless and Mauro was “kneeling between the legs” of Brito at the time of the incident. However, a five-judge Appellate Court ruled on Thursday that dismissal was too harsh a punishment for “consensual sexual contact,” and the (alleged) lesbian lovers will be reinstated.
  • Loren Morris, 21, was sentenced to two years in prison Tuesday for having had “forced sexual intercourse with an 8-year-old boy 50 times.” The British woman was 16 when she began abusing the boy. “The abuse lasted two years and came to light after the child was heard bragging about the encounters at school. The Daily Mail reports that Judge Robert Juckes QC gave Morris a more lenient sentence because she stopped sexually assaulting the boy after she realized it was ‘wrong.'”
  • Anna Areola-Hernandez, 23, was arrested Thursday in Arizona on multiple charges that include “sexual conduct with a minor, child molestation, unlawful age misrepresentation, and an adult posing as a minor for sexual conduct.” According to police, she “had a six-month relationship with a 13-year-old boy she first met at a Phoenix mall. She allegedly told the teen that she was 15-years-old, and had sex with the child several times.” The boy’s mother called the cops “after finding out Areola-Hernandez has lied about her age, and had allegedly given her son an STD.”

None of these freaks are Women’s Studies majors at Duke, however, so don’t expect to see them on The View anytime soon.